Washington College’s oldest fraternity disbanded from the national organization

By Victoria Gill-Gomez News Editor The brothers of the Kappa Alpha Order Beta Omega Chapter voted…

“Chestertown Unites Against Racism” and paints two street murals together

By MacKenzie Brady Editor-in-Chief On Saturday, Sept. 12, the Chestertown community came together on High Street…

WC should do more to confront its history of slavery

By Nia Anthony and Alaina Perdon Elm Staff Writers As soon as you step foot on…

High Street’s BLM murals will put Chestertown on the right side of history

By Emma Campbell Opinion Editor For a town that once sold slaves in the center of…

Cancel culture is necessary in a society without enough accountability

By Megan Loock Elm Staff Writer Comedian and YouTube personality Jenna (Mourey) Marbles’s channel departure on…

The process behind cutting offensive TV episodes, explained

By Olivia Montes Lifestyle Editor     With the police-related attack of Jacob Blake, as well as the…

Racism in American healthcare needs to be addressed now more than ever

By Alaina Perdon Elm Staff Writer While police brutality against Black Americans has rightfully captivated media…

Legacies of education and the black experience discusses community dynamic

By Victoria Gill-Gomez News Editor Legacy Day, a celebration of the cultural heritage of African Americans…

WC’s remote response to racism will determine administration’s stance on inclusivity

By Emma Campbell Opinion Editor One of President Kurt Landgraf’s final influential acts was the email…

Center for Black Culture provides a safe space for students of color but lacks institutional memory

By Abby Wargo Editor-in-Chief When senior Black Student Union president Jocelyn Elmore took the podium at…